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Pt. I. Seven great naval wars and their paradoxes: I. The Peloponnesian war. II. The first Punic war. III. The second Punic war. IV. Actium and Lepanto. V. The Spanish armada. VI. The Russo-Japanese war.--pt. II. Problems that 'sea power' does not solve: I. Some tactical and strategical problems. II. Base power. III. The guerre de course. IV. Colonies and sea power. V. International law. VI. The invasion of England. VII. Secrecy and sea power.--pt. III. The trend of things: I. Eternal principles. II. The evolution of navies. III. The dimensions of warships. IV. The evolution of the battleship. V. 'Fitness to win.'